Top ten books

Looking for a good book to pick up this spring? YOURLifeChoices has a list of ten of the best and we’ve even reviewed three for you.

1. Eat Pray Love – Elizabeth Gilbert image

A story about a woman’s journey of self-discovery through travel. Read YOURLifeChoices review

2. The Girl Who Played with Fire – Steig Larsson

This salacious crime drama will satisfy even the most bawdy of reader’s appetite for corruption and intrigue. Read YOURLifeChoices review

3. The Changi Brownlow – Roland Perry

A group of Australian POW’s create an AFL league complete with tribunal, premiership and Brownlow Medal to raise morale in the most hopeless of situations, in a testament to human spirit. Read YOURLifeChoices review

4. How To Make Gravy – Paul Kelly

Australian favourite, Paul Kelly, tells the tale behind 100 of his songs.

5. James Halliday Wine Companion 2011 – James Halliday

The ultimate wine companion. Even better as it has had another year to mature.

6. At Home with the Templetons – Monica Mcinerney

A touching story about love, friendship and family from Australia’s leading female novelist.

7. Red Queen – Plilpa Gregory

A dynamic tale of survival as three reluctant hero’s battle to stay alive in world ravaged by virus. But when a stranger is introduced into the fold, two brothers find that the most immediate threat may be closer than they thought.

8. To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee

One of the classic novels of our time, a multi-layered story which dissects the nature of racism in the American South.

9. Worth Dying For – Lee Childs

The next in Lee Childs series. The last novel ended on a cliffhanger where escape for Jack Reacher seemed impossible. Was it the end of the road for our hero?

10. Our Kind Of Traitor – John le Carre

Proving that anything can happen on holiday, a young British couple, taking a break from the depths of a British recession, befriend an eccentric Russian millionaire who owns a peninsula and a diamond encrusted gold watch.

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